I am not on the side of the coordinators and I have never been. I`m on the side of the advertising directors, and they`ve left a thread since last week. That was good. I think the misunderstanding is that groups that adjust/do not use materials are not considered moped groups for some of the most fervent supporters. This thread felt good because it made other groups find looking for other options in the same difficult situation. The search for alternatives also helps groups of mopeds whose churches want to abandon the charter of mopeds. It gives these women an alternative to show up at their church, without a moped of everything that needs to be removed so shortly before the launch date… that may confuse your outreach/enrollment reader. The yarn has become spicy in many cases. A lady was seriously injured because I believe in original sin…..
In a way, she felt it was an insult to women suffering from postpartum depression… I still don`t understand the connection. The fact is that they left it up there, even though it was uncomfortable. Mothers post the way they discover the problem. People find out at different times. You are not a paid employee. For me, this is another example of Mops`s weak leadership. There are Facebook pages for each position, because their website doesn`t offer what the groups really need. Instead of realizing it and managing the various Facebook pages with a paid employee, they allow volunteers. You know, and I know how important these Facebooks have become for groups. They are now an integral part of the process. When women file complaints on your website and other position sites, they feel they are taking out their concerns.
When I asked on the public relations site if women, where creating parts, replaces things in the package to say why…. it was erased because it was drama. They do not record the name of the group, the complaint, and send it to Mops. It would be helpful to guide women with the name and number or email they need to talk to at Mops. I would like to touch on two points. One, to my knowledge, as an administrator on the Facebook page of MOPS coordinators, we haven`t deleted the comments in any of this year`s pro- or anti-starry Eyed theme threads.